Health insurance law finds opposition in Oklahoma

Oklahoma Health insurance

Oklahoma refuses to take action on health insurance law Controversy has ignited in Oklahoma, where Insurance Commissioner John Doak has announced that the Oklahoma Insurance Department refuses to enforce the Affordable Care Act. The state agency is meant to ensure that the numerous provisions of the federal law are enacted throughout the state, such as the establishment of a health insurance exchange. The Affordable Care Act has been meeting strong resistance in Oklahoma, which may mean that the federal government will be taking over the enactment of the health care…

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Insurance news in Oklahoma includes delays in Affordable Care Act decisions

Insurance News Mary Fallin, Governor of Oklahoma

State Governor Mary Fallin has postponed the choice regarding the health plan exchange. Though the insurance news from each state regarding the decision they have made as to how their health exchanges would be run had an original deadline of Friday, November 16, 2012, Governor Mary Fallin of Oklahoma has delayed the announcement of her choice. This decision has to do with a central part of the Affordable Care Act, the online marketplace. Alex Weintz, a spokesperson for the governor, released an insurance news email that stated that “Governor Fallin…

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